Hey it’s time for our monthly KRAFTWORK again!
Next Thursday Oct 1st from 7-10pm
Not only will we have a great line-up of artists and crafters but Shannon Mulkey
from I love Patina will be doing a hands on craft project that you can participate in!
Also Jeane’e Ledoux from Houneydoux and Re-construct will be hosting a craft supply sway where you can bring in scraps or art materials to swap with other materials.
Some come on out and support you local artists!
My Book of Lists
Red Art Blues
Young Blood Gallery and Boutique is proud to showcase five talented photographers under one roof. Starting from Sat. October 3rd (7pm-10pm) to October 31st viewers can see work done by Scott Lowden and Friends.
Featured artists include: Kaylin Gilstrap http://www.timelapsphoto.com Scott Lowden http://www.scottlowden.com/blog Ryan Flynn http://www.ryanflnnphoto.com Keith Martin http://www.keithmartinphoto.com Morgan Cooper http://www.morgancooper.com
Featured artists include:
Kaylin Gilstrap http://www.timelapsphoto.com
Scott Lowden http://www.scottlowden.com/blog
Ryan Flynn http://www.ryanflnnphoto.com
Keith Martin http://www.keithmartinphoto.com
Morgan Cooper http://www.morgancooper.com
**Also don’t forget that the entire boutique is 25% and items already discounted have an additionally 10% off. **
And don’t forget to join us for…
SALE AT YOUNG BLOOD UNTIL OCT 1st.
ENTIRE SHOP 25% off. Sale table items and extra 10% off!
IBOL – Population Donation
APO, AE 09393
Bigger is definitely better — bigger pieces of fabric, bigger spools of yarn
> (send the whole bolt; don’t sent the whole sheep). Green, by the way,
> is a favorite color in this culture.
> Other ways you can help:
> 1. Spread the word. This is a pretty rapid-fire project, running
> about 6 weeks from start to finish (8 if you count delivery). Which
> isn’t much. I am trying my best, with the website and the emails and
> all that, but it’s a bunch. I can sure use the help with the word of
> mouth stuff — emails, blog links, Twitter, Facebook (IBOL has a
> page), anything and everything.
> OK, I ran out of steam after 1. I’ll try to think of more. As long
> as stuff is in the USPS as priority mail, not later than 08 Sept., it
> should get here in time.
> The general information is here: http://ibol.wordpress.com/what-to-send/
> Information on how to build a bundle is here:
> When all else fails, the frequently asked questions are here:
> The Facebook page is here:
> Flickr photos are tagged like this:
> Honestly, I think the IBOL Kitteh stuff is the funniest part of this
> project: http://ibol.wordpress.com/tag/ibol-kitteh/
> Green is good. Simple is good. Stripes work, too. Scissors are OK.
> Ditto for needles. Fabric is far more likely to be used for clothing
> than for quilting, but that’s not an absolute. I’m keeping the
> mailing address off of the web, as best I can, because after this
> project is over, I pack me up and ship me home — so, bundles sent,
> say, in January would just be returned.
> And did I mention that bigger is definitely better — bigger pieces of
> fabric, bigger spools of yarn?
> Did I miss something? Let me know.
> Art La Flamme
> aka artlaflamme.com
Get back to school stuff for them and cashback for you. Try Bing now.
“The Screening Room” is a show based on the art of movie posters. The need to convey emotion, mood, and intrigue in an attractive and straight forward manner makes these forms of art perfect for any artist to better hone his or her skills. Each artist is simply given the task of creating a poster for any movie they choose. It can be a revision, parody, or an original concept.
Showing Sept. 5th – 27th
Opening tonight 7-10pm
HESKO, RON1, TOTEM2, Kenny Dread, Bo Harmon, Lance McBride